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Even after they’ve reached their destination, migrant asylum seekers face a gamut of challenges, from housing insecurity to social isolation. To combat the latter, Soup International, a collective of graduates from the University of East London’s MA program in Interior Design, devised the Migrant Living/Nomadic Domesticities project to ideate a variety of community kitchen concepts and help migrants come together in a welcoming space — one where the making and sharing of food is central. Inspired by the efforts of Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS), which hosts workshops for refugees out of the city’s St Mary Newington church, the team began sketching proposals for easy-to-assemble portable kitchens that could be...

A Foldable Kitchen Prototype That Helps Migrant Communities

London-based collective Soup International cooks up communal models for asylum seekers.

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